Way more than just good spaghetti bolognese.
Camping in Italy is quite a big deal. Campsites in Italy – “campeggios”– tend to be on the expensive side, but on average prices are lower than in Britain and France. One of the best places for camping holidays in Italy is on the very southern tip of the country – what locals refer to as “Italy’s boot” – where you can find beach campsites that are well equipped with shops and entertainment. Most campsites in Italy have good better than average facilities, with hot showers and modern toilets. Expect to pay under €20 a night for camping in Italy if you stay in the countryside.